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When you die, what happens to your online assets?

By From page A3 | January 08, 2013

Members of the Woodland Senior Center Computer Club will hear about end-of-life issues for online files at a presentation at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at the Woodland Senior & Community Center, 2001 East St. No reservations are required.

Mark S. Drobney, a Sacramento attorney for more than 30 years and a specialist in estate planning, will outline a plan of action for computer users to designate “digital executors” to ensure that someone can access online assets — including social media files — in the event of their death. Handouts will be available.

Drobney, who also serves as a judge pro tem for the Sacramento Superior Court, has had experience helping survivors navigate complicated computer-related issues that are not covered by wills or advance health care directives.

Light refreshments will be served, and a drawing for members will include a 2013 membership among the prizes. Dues are $12 per year, payable at the meeting. The board of directors will convene following the general meeting.

For more information on club activities and classes, visit www.wsccc.com or leave a message at 530-662-9598.

Enterprise staff

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